Samsung Galaxy S IV screenshots suggest new eye-tracking software, 1080p display, and 13 MP camera
Samsung Galaxy SIV rumored screenshots
There have been several rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy S IV, which is set to be officially announced on March 14, and new screenshots supposedly from the Galaxy S IV appear to back-up many of those rumors.
The New York Times reported on Monday that the Galaxy S IV will feature eye-tracking software that will be able to determine when to scroll down. As the user looks at the bottom of the screen, the phone then automatically scrolls. Leaked screenshots lend credence to that rumor, showing a “Smart scroll” feature that fits that description. It also shows Smart Pause, which pauses when the user looks away; Smart rotation, which changes screen orientation based on angle of sight; and the already available Smart stay, which prevents screen timeout when it detects a user is looking at the screen.
The screenshots, courtesy of GSM Israel, also suggest that the Galaxy S IV will have a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, a 1080p display (480 ppi), a 13-megapixel rear camera, and a screen size of at least 5 inches. These are just rumored specs that appear likely to be true, but we won’t know confirmed details about the Galaxy S IV until next Thursday at Samsung’s launch event.
source: GSM Israel, via: Phone Arena